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Scientists have figured out a quick, easy and cheap way to monitor the community of microbes living within the human vagina.

ScienceAlert on MSN.com Oct 17 2021 - 10:00

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL) scientists have developed a new method for 3D printing living microbes in controlled patterns, expand

SciTech Daily Oct 17 2021 - 03:56

The world is full of microorganisms. Luckily, most pose no threat to us.

Labroots Oct 17 2021 - 01:11

If you head to the cutting edge of vaccinology you will find Prof Dame Sarah Gilbert, from the Jenner Institute and the architect of the Oxford vac

BBC Oct 16 2021 - 16:04

Scientists are learning how this pollutant damages plants and trees, setting off a cascade of effects that harms everything from soil microbes to w

Wired Oct 16 2021 - 05:00

There is now experimental evidence to explain something our noses have always known: not everyone’s funk is the same.

The Wire Oct 15 2021 - 19:29

Marcy Balunas, associate professor at the University of Connecticut’s Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, has been researching the influence of

The Daily Campus Oct 15 2021 - 03:00

In a new study, scientists have detected leprosy microbes (M.Leprae) in species of West African wild chimpanzees.

RepublicWorld Oct 14 2021 - 23:25

AgTech startup Pivot Bio, which is retooling bacteria in soil to more effectively convert nitrogen from the air into food – eliminating the need fo

Food Oct 14 2021 - 08:49

In a first-of-its-kind warming experiment, researchers at Northern Arizona University found that microbes growth rate decreased over 15 years of wa

Phys.org Oct 14 2021 - 07:33

Researchers analyzed the effects of 144 antibiotics on our most common gut microbes.

GEN Oct 14 2021 - 05:00

In a first of its kind warming experiment, researchers at Northern Arizona University found that microbes' growth rate decreased over 15 years

EurekAlert! Oct 13 2021 - 17:00

Injecting oxygen-generating algae into tadpoles allows brain activity to continue in the absence of oxygen, researchers find.

The Scientist Oct 13 2021 - 12:29

Companies can tell you the kinds of microbes that live in your gut, but the results may not help you lose weight or fend off disease.

New York Times Oct 13 2021 - 10:34

Busy, productive microbes use enzymes to break down leaves, stalks and other biomass and then convert that material into renewable fuels and chemic

Phys.org Oct 13 2021 - 08:59

Prehistoric European salt miners were previously thought to mostly subsist on gruel. The finding suggests they were far more sophisticated.

Business Insider on MSN.com Oct 13 2021 - 08:58

Antibiotics help us to get rid of bacterial infections – but they can also harm the helpful microbes residing in our guts.

EurekAlert! Oct 13 2021 - 08:10

When we get an infection, we can take antibiotics to get rid of it. But sometimes the situation becomes more complicated. | Microbiology

Labroots Oct 13 2021 - 06:49

Research into the life and death of microbes in response to climate change and its effects on the carbon they store will soon begin.

BioTechniques Oct 13 2021 - 06:28

The Earth has been shaped by biology, especially microorganisms, for billions of years.

Eventbrite Oct 13 2021 - 03:54

The tiny organisms living in soil may have a greater effect than previously known on yield and crop resistance to pests and disease.

Manitoba Cooperator Oct 12 2021 - 12:47

What questions do you have about climate change or extreme weather?

Washington Post on MSN.com Oct 12 2021 - 06:01

Herika Martinez / AFP via Getty ImagesIt turns out one way to protect babies from developing bad allergies in life is to give them breast milk from

Yahoo Oct 11 2021 - 09:14

About 3.2 billion years ago, microbes began to colonise land for the first time, and geological evidence suggests they fed on energy-rich chemicals

New Scientist Oct 11 2021 - 04:15

Face masks became seeded "almost instantaneously" with oral and nasopharyngeal bacteria, posing a potential risk of spread to the eyes du

MedPage Today Oct 10 2021 - 15:04

The first study of Perseverance's early photos reveals signs of primordial floods and minerals that could hold evidence of ancient life.

Business Insider on MSN.com Oct 9 2021 - 03:54

Bacteria that grow in colonies can be extremely difficult to eliminate; the bacteria in these groups often become resistant to drugs or antimicrobi

Labroots Oct 8 2021 - 09:14

Antibiotic that selectively targets Lyme Disease, doesn't damage the microbiome, and doesn't spread resistance, was just found by scienti

GoodNewsNetwork Oct 8 2021 - 08:56

Plants and microorganisms have evolved together.

Tallahassee Democrat on MSN.com Oct 8 2021 - 06:58

Evaluation of Bioburden Requirements for Mars Missions' report identifies new approach for NASA to prevent contaminating Mars with Earth-based

Global Biodefense Oct 7 2021 - 17:00

Since its 2017 founding, Pluton Biosciences has focused on discovering new microbes for use in products that can help farmers with things like pest

St. Louis Post-Dispatch Oct 7 2021 - 15:45

What if dormant microbes trigger the onset of Alzheimer's?

BBC Oct 7 2021 - 13:40

Many of the problems we face today in biology and agriculture have been faced before — but not by humans.

TechCrunch Oct 7 2021 - 12:15

Many of the problems we face today in biology and agriculture have been faced before — but not by humans.

TechCrunch Oct 7 2021 - 12:15

NASA has required varying levels of stringency for reducing a spacecraft's bioburden, such as "clean room" assembly or partial steri

SpaceRef Oct 7 2021 - 08:11

The control of infectious disease is one of the unambiguously great accomplishments of our species.

3 Quarks Daily Oct 7 2021 - 07:12

Hungry microbes found responsible for stealing from Shedd Aquarium’s animals.

SciTech Daily Oct 7 2021 - 06:15

Ground-level ozone has long been known to pose a threat to human health.

Yale Environment 360 Oct 7 2021 - 05:20

The human body is home to an estimated 39 trillion microbial cells, mostly in our guts, but also in our mouths.

News Medical Oct 7 2021 - 03:53

Kingdom Supercultures, cofounded by Kendall Dabaghi, is a designer and supplier of microbial ingredients for food production, beverage development,

alleywatch.com Oct 7 2021 - 02:27

Gut microbes in patients who have undergone androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) for advanced prostate cancer, and microbes in similar mouse models,

EurekAlert! Oct 6 2021 - 17:00

There is also an increase in coliform bacteria in relation to other organisms with advancing age, the study showed.

U.S. News & World Report Oct 6 2021 - 12:43

Kitchen sponges are disgusting.

Lifehacker on MSN.com Oct 6 2021 - 09:00

Ireland—Research from APC Microbiome Ireland at University College Cork (UCC) has put forth a novel approach to reverse aspects of age-related dete

Whole Foods Magazine Oct 6 2021 - 07:44

Researchers at the Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) and Pulmobiotics S.L have created the first 'living medicine' to treat antibiotic-

Phys.org Oct 6 2021 - 07:22

After medicine went missing from the Shedd Aquarium's quarantine habitat, researchers cracked the case.

Science Daily Oct 6 2021 - 05:46

A climate revolution is starting to take root in the agricultural industry. And it's all due to a growing interest in synthetic microbes.

E&E Oct 6 2021 - 02:50

In any other year, I would hesitate to thrust my two cents’ worth of opinion following this world leaders’ meeting, and my perspective on microbes

The Hill on MSN.com Oct 5 2021 - 15:30

Animal-free’ protein startup Clara Foods has rebranded as The EVERY Company and unveiled EVERY ClearEgg, a highly soluble, "nearly invisible&q

Food Oct 5 2021 - 07:52

Kingdom Supercultures – a Brooklyn-based startup specializing in building novel combinations of microbial cultures it claims can improve the flavor

Food Oct 5 2021 - 07:47